Examples: Liquid Content APIs

Examples: Liquid Content APIs

  • Evoq Content
  • Evoq Engage

The following examples use the Liquid Content™ (Structured Content) APIs.

Build an Alexa Skill that Connects an Amazon Echo to Liquid Content

I developed an Alexa Skill that enables an Amazon Echo to query Liquid Content for information about a fictional conference. [Joe Brinkman]
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Easily Build a Chatbot that Integrates with Liquid Content

Provide a list of ingredients. This bot, which I built using the Azure Bot Service, connects to Liquid Content to retrieve recipes that contain those ingredients. [David Rodriguez]
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Is Your Content Ready for the Virtual World?

Liquid Content can integrate with 3D virtual worlds. Learn how I built a "subscribo," which takes a subscription request from Second Life and stores related information. [Eleanor Tesoro]
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Mobile Game Development via Liquid Content

Using a cross-platform development toolset from Corona Labs, I created the classic "4 Pics, 1 Word" game for mobile, with game content managed in Liquid Content. [Francisco Javier Lucas Martínez]
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Curate Favorite Movies via an Android App

Using AngularJS and Ionic, I created a native Android app to curate a list of my favorite movies. The movie information is managed and stored in Liquid Content. [Pavel Terenin]
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Build a Carousel with Built-In Click Tracking

Carousels are a popular way to rotate a series of content items. Learn how to build a carousel with Liquid Content that has built-in click tracking. [Bruce Chapman]
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Render Content on Your Television with Liquid Content

With Liquid Content, your content goes wherever it needs to be. Learn how I integrated Liquid Content with Google Chromecast to render content on a television. [Francesco Rivola]
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Build a Windows Desktop Application that Connects to Liquid Content

Learn how I built a Windows desktop application that Liquid Content administrators can use to validate API data. [George Alatrash]
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Natural Language Processing with Evoq

Move over Fido, machine [learning] might become man's new best friend. [Daniel Ram]
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Build Visualizers Offline and With Your Own Tools

Most of us take internet access for granted. So how do you work when you're offline? [Cesar Abreu]
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Get Geolocation Data from Liquid Content and Display It in Google Maps

Learn how you can build a native Android app that queries location data in Liquid Content, then displays them via waypoints in Google Maps. [Kan Ma]
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Approve Pending Content Updates via a Telegram Chatbot

Need to approve updates in Liquid Content while away from your desk? See how you can approve content updates from your phone via Telegram Messenger. [Enrique Peñaranda]
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Use Excel to Update Content Items in Liquid Content

With some Visual Basic code (that I make available), you can update content items in Liquid Content using Microsoft Excel. [Bing Wu]
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Learn the Liquid Content REST API via API Explorer

To learn the Liquid Content REST API, I created an application that developers will find as useful as documentation. It's called the Liquid Content API Explorer. [Antonio David González]
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Leverage Azure Machine Learning to Auto-Tag Images

See how I leveraged Azure Machine Learning to auto-tag any image uploaded to Liquid Content. [Francesco Rivola]
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